When Kelsie Grant was in the Fun 107 studio Wednesday morning, she knew.

She knew the results of last night's Wheel of Fortune, but she kept her poker face.

The contract that she signed with the game show allowed her to visit local media. She could pretty much talk about everything to do with the unique experience of being a contestant on one of television's longest-running game shows, with one exception:

Understandably, she was not allowed to divulge her performance, good or bad, on the show.

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She talked about the process of getting picked as a contestant (she emailed in the application more than a year-and-a-half ago). She said the famous wheel is much smaller and much heavier than it looks on TV.  "They gave us practice spins during the rehearsal so that we could feel just how heavy it really is," Grant said.

That didn't stop us from teasing her a little bit as we wrapped up the interview.

"I work out with Kelsie at Crossfit Dartmouth," I said.  "And I've been looking. I haven't seen a new car in the parking lot."

"You got a tan going on?  Have you been to Hawaii?" Gazelle asked.  Everyone in the studio laughed, including Kelsie.

The first grade teacher at DeMello Elementary School in Dartmouth had an incredible night on Wheel of Fortune.  After a little small talk with legendary host Pat Sajak, Grant did well solving two puzzles and walking away with $6,800 cash and a vacation to Maui.

"I was so nervous to see myself on TV, but once I started watching it I was very proud of myself," Grant said.  "It was very close to the way it happened in real life."

The Grants are hoping to take their Hawaiian vacation over the summer.

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